CCGACommunity Charitable Gaming Associations
Provincial Wide Support
There are 7 CCGA’s throughout British Columbia ready to serve a community near you.
What We Do
Community Charitable Gaming Associations
Community Charitable Gaming Associations such as the FVCCGA, support community groups that are applying for a Community Gaming Grant.[/intro]
Community Charitable Gaming Associations are volunteer governed, non-profit societies, that are regionally based. Their purpose is to assist community groups to make a strong community gaming grant application.
BC Gaming Grants Branch
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The Community Charitable Gaming Association is funded with a Community Gaming Grant and typically has a paid facilitator or coordinator available to work with you to prepare your grant application. The CCGA’s provide grant writing information workshops and guidance in preparing the annual Gaming Account Summary Report.
In the event that your application is denied or if there are concerns raised and changes needed –either to the application or to internal accountability processes – the CCGA’s are available to support you to be successful in your application.
Connect With the BCACG
CCGA’s work closely with the BC Association for Charitable Gaming – BCACG, as the provincial coordinating group and are in place to be a liaison and conduit between community groups, and the Community Gaming Grants Branch of the Ministry of Community Sport and Cultural Development, which disburses the grants.
Being Part of A CCGA
Community Charitable Gaming Associations cover large regions, serving most parts of the Province. In 2011 Community Gaming Grants Branch published the purpose as to Facilitate communication and the effective flow and exchange of information between GPEB and recipients of community gaming grants in B.C.. The Community Charitable Gaming Association represents and communicates with community groups as diverse as the sectors funded in the region that it is situated.
Following is a link to the Arts BC Organizational Tool Kit and the Arts BC webpage which has a solid set of resources to assist with setting up a non-profit. The 2000 Partnership Handbook by Flo Frank and Anne Smith is a good resource for bringing people and groups together and covers the steps of aligning interests and forming the partnership that is represented by a CCGA.